Name: Anne Fowler
Sport: Diving
Height: 5' 6"
DOB: 3/13/2002
Birthplace: Fort Belvoir, Va.
Hometown: Burke, Va.
High School: Homeschooled (2020)
Team/Club: Alexandria Dive Club
Coach(es): Tim Fisher
Other Career Highlights
  • Seven-time Junior Pan American Championships medalist (1-meter: gold, 2015; bronze, 2017, 2019; 3-meter: bronze, 2017, 2019; 3-meter synchro: gold, 2017, 2019)
  • 2016 Junior World Championships team member
  • Two-time junior national champion on 1-meter (2015, 2017)
  • Three-time junior national champion on synchronized 3-meter; two time synchro national champion in senior competition
Personal: Anne is the daughter of Julie and Jerry Fowler...She has five siblings, Grant, Ross, Eve, Luke and Max. Max also dives competitively...She started diving in 2009 at eight years old...Her favorite dive is 5152B on 3-meter, and her favorite diver is David Boudia...She trains two hours a day, five to six days a week...When she’s not diving, Anne enjoys baking, listening to music and hanging out with friends...Chicken Marsala is her favorite meal...While chlorinated pools feel like home to her, Anne says she hates open water. ...Outside of diving, Anne enjoys hiking, volunteering at a food pantry and helping coach a summer team...She earned a spot on the 2018 Northern Virginia Community College Dean's List (dual-enrolled)...Her first junior nationals was in 2011 and her first senior nationals was in 2016...In between dives, Anne talks to her coach about her key focuses for her upcoming dive, listens to music (a mix of pop and rap) and tries to not watch the competition- but has fun while doing so...In 2019, Anne is making mindset a big focus, and she hopes to learn more about her diving and finding fun and excitement in competing again...She considers the mental aspect of diving the hardest part about her training...Anne's typical pre-competition meal is a salad and sandwich from Panera...Anne is interested in Sports Psychology because she finds psychology fascinating. She would love to end up in the world of athletics, as she would enjoy helping people with the mental side of their sports, which plays a vital role in their performance